This directory contains the Yellow Pages sources list file that lists Emacs extensions that are available in Distributed Emacs Lisp Package System (DELPS), or simply Epackage, format.
The packages use Git Version Control System (DVCS) containers for
distribution. These epackage Git repositories can reside anywhere
publicly available. The repository locations are recorded in the
yellow page file name
epackage.lst to make them available for
The person who wraps Emacs extensions, or Emacs Lisp add-ons if you wish, into epackages is called the epackage maintainer. The person who is the maintainer of the extension is called the upstream. These two can be the same or two separate persons.
For more information see:
- DELPS at Emacs Wiki: http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/DELPS
- Epackage main project hub: http://freshmeat.net/projects/emacs-epackage
- Epackage extension for Emacs: http://freshmeat.net/project/epackage
- Epackage manual: http://www.nongnu.org/emacs-epackage/manual
- Epackage template files: https://github.com/jaalto/project--emacs-epackage-template
- Epackage Yellow Pages: https://github.com/jaalto/project--emacs-epackage-sources-list
How To Contribute
Fork this project and download the repository to your local disk. Add new epackage information, commit changes, push to your Github repository and send a Pull request through Github. See these page:
- Forking a project: http://help.github.com/forking/
- Sending pull requests: http://help.github.com/pull-requests/
The information collected here include:
- PACKAGE-NAME -- from
- GIT-URL -- the public Git repository URL.
- DESCRIPTION -- from 1st line from file
After your changes have been been merged, update your copy with:
Copyright and License
Copyright (C) 2010-2015 Jari Aalto <email@example.com>
This material is free; you can redistribute and/or modify it under the terms of GNU General Public license either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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